The Delhi government has issued a present trigger discover to the mid-day meal supplier, they stated.
Around 70 students have been on Friday hospitalised after allegedly having a mid-day meal in a government school in southwest Delhi’s Dabri space, officers stated. The Delhi government has issued a present trigger discover to the mid-day meal supplier, they stated.
“All the children were in a stable condition,” a Delhi government official stated, including that the mid-day meal suppliers have been warned to make sure correct meals was offered to the school kids. “Anyone found guilty in the incident will not be spared,” the official stated.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (southwest) Manoj C stated round 6 pm, a PCR name was obtained at Sagarpur police station stating that round 70 boys of Class VI to VIII reported vomiting after having a mid-day meal in Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya School, Durgapark in Sagarpur.
“The students were shifted to DDU Hospital and Dada Dev Hospital, Dabri. The school authorities stated that after the mid-day meal, students were given soya Juice which caused stomach pain and vomiting,” he stated. The crime crew was referred to as to the spot and remnants of the meals and juice have been seized, the officer stated.
“Puri subji was served in the mid-day meal followed by soya juice to the students. When the students complained about pain, further distribution of food and juice was stopped. All students are stable as of now,” the DCP stated. An FIR might be registered and an investigation might be carried out in the matter, he added.
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